Thanks to Acumen for sending over their latest Acumen XR10 digital rearview mirror dashcam for review.
Amazon product page: Acumen XR10
• Processor: Mstar8339D
• Sensor: Smartsens SC2363
• Viewing angle for front: 140° wide-angle lens F1.9 aperture; for rear 100° wide-angle lens F1.9 aperture
• 9.66″ IPS 1289×320 touch screen
• Resolution: front & rear 1080p 30fps
• Built-in 500mAh lithium-ion battery
• Reverse camera (require wire tapping)
• GPS module (optional)
• ADAS (LDWS)
• Parking mode
• Rear camera
• Rear camera cable
• Rear camera mounting tape and screws
• Car charger
• 16GB micro SD card
• Micro SD card reader
• Silicon mounting straps
• Pry tool
• Wire tap
• Cable holders x5
• Microfiber cloth
• User guide
Rear camera cable
Rear camera mounting tape and screws
16GB micro SD card
Micro SD card reader
Silicon mounting straps
Initial firmware out of the box
Using a 64GB Netac Pro micro SD for the recordings
The front camera recorded in 1920×1080 30fps with an overall bit rate of 12.3 Mb/s.
The rear camera recorded in 1920×1080 25fps with an overall bit rate of 12.4 Mb/s.
The XR10 is a really cool digital rearview mirror with a dashcam and reverse camera function.
Didn’t test out the reverse camera function as a need to wire tap to the reverse light to engage the reverse camera function. The rear camera is waterproof so you can mount it at the rear of the car.
The first time I liked a rearview mirror dashcam for its digital rearview mirror feature but I still don’t like the front camera lens is at the far left as here is right hand drive.